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    crock pot duo, whst to make in it

    tasb
    Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:03 am
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    I was gifted a crock pot duo, the one with 2-2.5 qt crocks. I did use it to cook up two kinds of meat once but it was just enough for one meal for my family of 5 and enough for one lunch. I am starting to feel this is just going to be a waste of space in my kitchen if I don't find a use for it soon.
    Red Apple Guy
    Mon Mar 19, 2012 8:09 am
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    Hey tasb,

    For a family of five, I can see that a 2.5 qt crock would be small for a meal in one pot, but using both might be useful at times.
    I've read a few reviews and brain-stormed a little and here's a few ideas:

    - parties to serve 2 dishes
    - vegetable dish in one, meat in other
    - chicken in one, beef in another
    - two different pasta sauces
    - a roast in one (a full pot holds 4 to 5 lbs) and vegetables in the other

    Not an avalanche of ideas, for sure, but I hope it helps.

    Red
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